Hi guys, So I've recently re-discovered(looking at a thread I made in 2018 lol) that I love how V's, Warriors, and other similar pointy shapes really work perfectly for classical or quasi-classical sitting, where not only is usually the left leg used (sometimes both legs together) but the neck is pointed higher up than the normal superstrat/traditional shape is if you just sit the guitar on your left leg. A lot of headless/ergonomic shapes also work with the non-rounded edge of the guitar near the controls. Now besides myself exploring builders that offer these kinds of shapes, I don't want to completely limit myself, as I think we can all agree some of the best guitars don't fit this pointy/best for classical positioning. So I think a workaround is wearing a strap, even when sitting, that I can position in such a way so that I can still be in that ideal position for me (that works strap-less with the pointys). Is there an easy way to tell by maybe looking at the strap positione etc if a guitar can be put in this position without needing to use weighted straps etc to tilt it more vertical? I would just test myself but I only currently have my backup guitar (Indonesian Jackson Soloist) and I never bothered buying a strap for it. Obviously most guitar stores don't have straps either to give you to try a guitar with. This picture of Oli Herbet is what I'm talking about: Thanks!